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Township Unanimously Approves Environmental Consultant

At its Monday evening meeting, Township Committee unanimously supported a proposal to hire an outside environmental consultant to review documents associated with AvalonBay’s plans to develop the former site of…

In Split Decision Council Votes Against Consultant

A special convening of the Princeton Regional Planning Board on November 12 had members of Borough Council, in their meeting the following evening, questioning whether proper protocol was followed because…

Planning Board Sets Three More Meetings On AvalonBay Project

Testimony on the rental community that developer AvalonBay is contracted to build at the former site of the University Medical Center continued on November 15 at a meeting of the…

Fired Up

Princeton University students enjoy the bonfire that lit up Cannon Green last Saturday evening to honor the Princeton football team’s wins over Harvard and Yale this fall. Thousands of students,…

Boychoir Students Welcomed by Others After Lambert Drive Power Outage

Did you hear the one about the American Boychoir School? Among the local stories about Sandy and the nor’easter that have emerged in recent days, it’s one of the nicest.…

MacArthur Fellow Connelly Speaking at Frist Nov. 20

The Lewis Center for the Arts’ Performance Central series will present a talk by archeologist Joan Breton Connelly entitled “Recovering the Ephemeral: Archaeologies of Performance in the Ancient Mediterranean World,”…

Historical Designation Ordinance Moved Forward by Planning Board

Determining that an ordinance to designate Princeton Borough’s Morven Tract neighborhood a historic district is in compliance with Princeton’s master plan, the Regional Planning Board Monday made passage of the…

Lempert, Woodbridge Reflect on Election

A week after Princeton Borough and Township residents elected Democrat Liz Lempert mayor of the newly consolidated town, Ms. Lempert and her opponent, Republican Dick Woodbridge, reflected on the race…

Princeton University Forum On Search for President Hears From Community

At an open forum this past Monday evening that focused on the search for Princeton University’s next president, members of the local governing bodies and a handful of community residents…

Donations, Haute Cuisine Fund-Raisers; Princeton Responds to Victims of Sandy

Responses to the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy range from official initiatives at the Federal and State level,Кto more home-spun, locally-based collections of supplies for hard-hit families in shoreline communities…